Why have just one Mint Chocolate Chip Cookie when you could have a giant one that fills an entire skillet? And please, for the love, eat this with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
Will someone please remind future Karen what “walks to the park” are actually like? Around here they should be renamed “Death March for Small Children.” Or maybe just, How Many Bikes Can One Woman Carry Home (obstacles include but are not limited to: screaming children, snotty faces, blistered toes from lack of socks (I TOLD HER TO PUT THEM ON), and a battle of wills.)
I can see the headlines: “Woman drags 2 children crying and screaming down the street.” Or how about, “Woman seen fleeing from her own kids,” or how about, “Woman seen stealing innocent children’s bikes; children weep.”
They would take me away in handcuffs, and my last words before they ducked my head into the police car would be, “but they SAID they wanted to bike!! I TOLD them it was too far! I’M INNOCENT!!!
If you ever visit me in jail, please bring me this Mint Chocolate Chip Skillet Cookie. And a spoon. Just one.
I have been meaning to make these ever-popular Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies into a skillet recipe for almost a year now. It was SO worth the wait! You will not believe how perfectly mint chocolate-y these turned out to be. You can decide just how gooey you want them to be by adjusting the bake times: longer baking = less gooey.
You can add as much or as little peppermint extract as you want, and the same goes for the green food coloring. DON’T forget to eat this with a scoop of vanilla ice cream!! This would be a fun treat to make on St. Patrick’s Day!
If you make this giant cookie, snap a photo and tag on Instagram with #TheFoodCharlatan so I can see it!
Here are some other mint-chocolate combos you will looooove:
The original Mint Chocolate Chip Cookies. This is one of the most popular posts on my site! Today’s skillet version is adapted from this recipe.
Thin Mint Marshmallow Brownies << I’ve used mint Oreos with this too!
Mint Chocolate Covered Almonds << these are a healthier mint-chocolate choice :)
Have you ever had a Shamrock Shake from McDonald’s? Try this Oreo Shamrock Shake!
There are so many amazing mint chocolate chip desserts! Check these ones out:
Chocolate Dipped Mint Shortbread Cookies << my friend Trish from Mom on Timeout brought these to a party once and I ATE THEM ALL.
Mint Chocolate Chip Fudge from Chocolate, Chocolate, and More
Mint Chocolate Chip Cake from Confessions of Cookbook Queen